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VIX.t \ (vik'sen), n. 1. a female fox. 2.
female of any of several carni\ores
of the dog family, esp. those of the
genus "Vulpes" smaller than wolves,
having a pointed muzzle, erect ears,
and a long, hushy tail.
Charles Agnew of Admissions explains the educa-
tional philosophy of Villa Maria College to a Wom-
an's Fair participant.
MIDDLE LEFT: Nancy Dickerson, a TV news cor-
respondent and producer, is interviewed by Cindy
BOTTOM: Distinguished personalities of the com-
munity await the chief speaker, Dr. Dorothy J. No-
vello, at a special luncheon held during the Wom-
BELOW: Many women participated in the pro-
grams which cultivated interest in the new role of
September 29-october 1
Villa Maria'a annual Woman's Day was
expanded this year into a three-day fair
celebrating women and their place in the
world. Each day was devoted to a specific
topic with speakers and workshops sched-
uled accordingly. Tuesday, September 29
was "Women as Individuals" with guest
speaker, Sr. Joan Chittister, OSB. A few of
the subjects discussed throughout the day
were Women and the Changing Family,
Assertiveness, Stress, Wellness, Women
Alone, Sexuality, and Societal Woman. On
Wednesday, Sr. M. Lawreace Antoun, SSJ,
was speaker-of-the-day on "Women and
Education." Adult Education and Time
Management were a few of the discussions
open to interested participants. An oppor-
tunity to sit in on college classes in pro-
gress was also offered. Dr. Dorothy J. No-
vello and Nancy Dickerson were available
on Thursday for "Women in the Commu-
nity." Job Harrassment, Money Manage-
ment, and Communication Skills were the
topics for the day. No fee was charged, and
all were welcome.
TOP LEFT: Faculty and Administration as
well as students and community members
took part in the three-day event which offered
lectures, workshops, and panel discussions.
LEFT: Dr. Suzanne Loss points out some of the
interesting on-campus activities to a visitor.
ABOVE: Sister Joan Chittister, OSB, discusses
the role of women as change agents during
one of the many lectures available at the
1. Cute little devils . .
2. There's more than oneway
to get your picture in the
3. I don't looked posed, do I?
4. I get by with a little help
from my friends.
Marianne moonlights as a
caddy at a pool hall.
I can't believe they used
this picture in the year-
7. SMILE if you're a Senior!
VILLA SHAPES UP
1. Lift those knees, one . . . two . . . three . . .
2. Jan! You lost three inches after only five
3. Forget all this exercise. Pass the pepper-
4. Touch your toes . . . find your toes?!
5. This is about all the exercise you'll ever
catch me doing.
OUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME
Welcome to the Villa family.
come on in n join us.
And now, it's time again for the continuing drama of G.H.
Hey! This place is just like home: I never
get any privacy!
LEFT: Grover, say "Hello" to the folks.
SKI WORKSHOP FOR HANDICAPPED
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On January 16, 1982, the Program
Planning Class of 1981 and the Thera-
peutic Recreation Activities Club spon-
sored the Second Annual Cross Country
Ski Workshop. This workshop for the
handicapped consisted of a film to ac-
quaint participants with equipment,
clothing, and techniques, fittings for
boots and skies, and instructions and
free time on the campus course. Thank-
fully, there was plenty of snow and ev-
eryone had a good time.
COMMUTER COUNTRY CANDIDS
YOU GOTTA HAVE FRIENDS!
ABOVE: You and me and
Teddy makes three.
ABOVE RIGHT: "Hmmm. It
must be 'All of the Above'."
RIGHT: "Ain't we cute.''
BELOW: That "Spirit of
BELOW RIGHT: I can't
smile without you!
A Young Team
This year's tennis team was a very young
one with only three returning players, L. Is-
bicki, L. Schile, and P. Keller. The rest of the
team consisted of freshman. They were L.
Angle, C. Emery, M. Landis, C. Morris, and
D. Merkel. Lydia Hayhor was the coach.
The final record did not show what the
team really did. The team showed a great deal
of determination and spirit to win. Individual
records showed signs of improvement over
the last few seasons, and will keep improving
over the next seasons as they gain more ex-
perience. The record for the 1981-82 season
was 0-9. The team hopes to have a better
season next year.
Fri., Sept. 18
Sat., Sept. 26
Wed., Sept. 30
Sat., Oct. 3
Mon., Oct. 5
Tues., Oct. 13
Fri., Oct. 16
Mon., Oct 19
Wed., Oct. 21
Teamwork Means Victory
The VMC volleyball team recently ended a successful season.
They placed third in the NAIA District 18 tournament in New
Members of the 81-82 volleyball team are: Pam Plasket, Lori
Davis, Joni James, Nancy Fay, Stasia Coyne, Anne Davis, Mari-
anne Henshaw, Sue Phillips, and Rose Kemmerer.
For the second year Pam Plasket was selected to the Women s
Keystone Conference All-Conference Team, and was also chosen
to the first ever NAIA District 18 Volleyball Team. Pam led the
Conference in kills and was fifth in the Conference in saves.
The team ended the season with a 9-15 record. There was much
talent on the team this year, and with the help of some aggressive
newcomers and the advantage of an entire team returning next
year looks to be even brighter for the team.
Mon., Sept. 28
Geneva & Thiel
Thurs., Oct. 1
Mercyhurst & St.
Tues., Oct. o
Grove City &
Sat., Oct. 10
Mon., Oct. 12
John Carroll &
Thurs., Oct 15
Mon., Oct. 19
Thiel & Hiram
Wed., Oct. 21
Fri., Oct. 23
Tues., Oct. 27
Wed., Nov. 4
Mon., Nov. 9
Fri., Nov. 13
Shoot Shoot The Hoop
The members of the 1981-82 Basketball team con-
sists of Lynn Peake, Pam Plasket, Lori Davis, Sue
Vaughn, Lindy McCartney, and Andrea Glucki.
The team has shown and proved their talent by
the statistics from The Western Keystone Confer-
ence. Four of the team members have made this list.
Lynn Peake has made it in the top 10 spot for
leading steals. Andrea Glucki has made it in the top
10 for leading scorers. Pam Plasket has accom-
plished superb rebounding in not only the W. K. C,
but also in the National Association of Intercolle-
giate Athletes. Then there is Lindy McCarney, she
has excelled in four different areas. She has made
the top 10, in scoring leaders, percentage of shots,
foul shot leaders, and finally, assists.
Despite their losing record, they show a lot of
hustle and enthusiam. They work well as a team
and will have a good year to look forward to next
Tues., Dec. 8
Thurs., Dec. 10
Mon., Dec. 14
Sat., Jan. 16
Mon., Jan. 18
Wed., Jan. 20
Fri., Jan. 22
Mon., Jan. 25
Wed., Jan. 27
Sat., Jan. 30
Thurs., Feb. 4
Sat., Feb. o
Sat., Feb 13
Mon., Feb. 15
Thurs., Feb. 18
Sat., Feb. 20
Mon., Feb. 22
Fri., Feb. 26
North Dorm, for the third year, has
come up on top in the annual swimming
Intramurals. South Dorm was second, with
the Commuters right behind by one point.
J. Perine was the captain of North Dorm
and the members of the team were: A.
Clouse, C. Fine, L. Hugar, K. Galekovic, S.
Kalp L. Daughterty, D. Kuhn, A. Miller, T.
Kenawell, T. Conaboy, M. Kaminski, P.
Eaton, K. Palsa, L. Lynch, N. Hurley, K.
Turner, and A. Glucki, who was the man-
ager and the team's cheerleader. The South
Dorm team was led by G. Wiechelt and the
rest of the team is L. Caspary, M. Bayne, J.
Carr, S. Coyne, A. Szustak, P. Clarke, D.
Dozois, B. O'Connor, E. Oakley, D. Paruso,
J. Swanson, P. Smith, N. Kisegy, M. Jan-
oski, M. Mutchner, K. Hilty, G. Klein, B.
Lake, M. Turk, M. Potter, and L. Franks.
The Commuter's team members are S.
Shenk, A. Milkowski, M. Pellogrino, K.
Soule, J. Schafer, T. Gustafson, and L. Rog-
Fri., April lb
Sat., April 17
Tues., April 20
Wed., April 21
Sat., April 24
Mon., April 26
Thurs., April 29
A Special Note
To The Softball
The Yearbook staff was unable
to obtain pictures because of the
publication deadlines. We would
like to wish you Good Luck!
IN THE BEGINNING WAS 1ST NORTH
TOP LEFT: 1ST ROW: S. Davis, L. Anyzek. 2ND
ROW: M. Szustak, R. Duffy, C. Titler, M. Gaynard.
TOP RIGHT: 1ST ROW: S. Hurley, A. Rutigliano, M.
Adams, L. Van Scoter. 2ND: C. Lewandowski. 3RD:
M. Szymula, T. Todhunter, C. Bon. 4TH: C. Keyler, C.
Andrews, C. Kowalski.
BOTTOM LEFT: 1ST ROW: K. Galekovic, L. Daught-
erty, S. Kalp.
BOTTOM RIGHT: 1ST: A. Smith, M. Quinn, J. Sob-
CAMERA SHY: C. Mclndoe, A. Clouse, C. Ayles-
worth, M. McCarthy, L. Reiter, J. Hall, K. Srift, L.
Schile, L. Sznajder, N. Conklin, K. Luhr, L. Bederman,
K. Wiggers, T. Palmesano, S. Fenner, E. Shilken, A.
Brazeau, P. Mead, D. Roth, T. Staab, L. Braley, T.
Wilson, M. McGovern, A. King, L. Close, A. Davis, L.
Pontzer, S. Schatz, M. Brova, J. Ciramella, K. Crunkle-
ton, M. Harris, L. Lynch, L. McClain, M. Martin, T.
Then Came 1st South
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TOP LEFT: 1ST ROW: B. Kucinski. 2ND: M. Mcin-
tosh. 3RD: P. Caldwell, E. Vey, T. Monks, C. Lynch.
TOP RIGHT: 1ST ROW: P. Clarke. 2ND: R. Van-
DerMolen, B. Lake, K. Howard. 3RD: M. Landis, L.
Christopher, G. Klein, K. Hilty, N. Bauer. MIDDLE
LEFT: 1ST ROW: M. Modzelewski, L. McClure, M.
Gallagher. 2ND: M. Zak, T. Hoffman, R. Cour-
tright. MIDDLE RIGHT: S. Sunseri, J. Nolf, J.
Myers, M. Pellegrino. BOTTOM LEFT: 1ST: P.
Dine, L. Bender, C. Wallace. 2ND: J. Cynkar, J.
Bidwell, H. Pilarczyk. BOTTOM RIGHT: 1ST
ROW: L. Tahara, C. McMillen, P. Keller. 2ND: J.
Williams, D. Chamberlin, J. Krug. CAMERA SHY:
S. Squeglia, D. Mack, P. Shahen, C. Polensnak, J.
Stemplinski, J. Labesky, J. Best, D. Dozois, J. Stidd,
B. Baron, R. Schmidt, J. Blankenship, C. Hamilton,
K. Matava, T. Langdon, D. Cawoski, B. Larei, C.
Baker, H. Schatz, D. Sperling, J. Clegg, K. Hawes, C.
Palik, C. Deibert.
FOLLOWED BY 2ND NORTH
TOP RIGHT: 1ST ROW: P. Plasket, G. Guzzetta.
2ND: K. Andolesk, J. Baker. 3RD: M. Walker, A. Hor-
LEFT: 1ST: K. Carlson, B. Hitchcock. 2ND: J. Bellizzi.
3RD: C. Emery.
MIDDLE RIGHT: 1ST ROW: M. Blackburn, L. Reigle,
S. Merglowski, S. Ames.
BOTTOM RIGHT: 1ST ROW: C. Ostroski. 2ND: P.
Johnson, M. Rudge, H. Hosey, A. Matto.
CAMERA SHY: A. Blystene, B. Kaplan, L. Davis, S.
Neville, T. Swart, K. Stewart, L. Hugar, L. Hugar, N.
Herrington, T. Walter, J. Taylor, B. Bogacki, N. Sewak,
L. Kolash, J. Bockey, V. Powell, T. Burkhart, D. Magee,
S. Vaughn, M. Williams, K. McGowan, K. Barker, C.
VanZile, K. Bishop, L. Angle, K. Dobo, C. Dibble, J.
Antonucci, J. Brown, M. Henshaw, L. Wilcox, T. Potts,
K. Wuenschel, S. Shimmons, C. Oakely, M. Reilly, V.
Weygant, A. Glosser, N. Corpus, G. Hornig, J. Davis,
L. Boholnick, P. Keys, C. Lanzel, C. Muranki, K. Bray,
T. Compel, C. Lerch.
2ND SOUTH CAME NEXT
TOP LEFT: 1ST ROW: M. Turk. 2ND: M. Potter, V.
Erich, B. Pastor. 3RD: D. Gillespie, R. Grimm, J. Wy-
MIDDLE LEFT: 1ST ROW: S. Philipps. 2ND: D. Mer-
kel, B. O'Connor. 3RD: C. Morris
CENTER: 1ST: M. Engman. 2ND: J. Yingling, D. Ev-
MIDDLE RIGHT: 1ST ROW: A. Szustak, J. Swanson,
R. Kemmerer, S. Mclndoe. 2ND: L. Lira, N. Kisegy, C.
Kightlinger, M. Hallett, M. Bayne.
BOTTOM LEFT: 1ST ROW: D. Rafalski, E. Wolder-
ing. 2ND: K. Ford, C. Donze, D. Puruso, G. Wiechelt,
BOTTOM RIGHT: 1ST ROW: N. Chimel, M. Janoski,
M. Mutchner, S. Coyne.
CAMERA SHY: C. Schloder, A. Sloff, J. Carr, M.
Tkach, D. Peake, S. Shotter, T. Pallitta, G. Glosner, B.
Mangold, E. Oakley, C. Caspary, L. Franks, J. Fonzo, T.
Hemphill, L. Scully, J. Selker, K. Cunningham, P.
Montag, N. O'laughlin, S. Clark, L. Uzelac, R. Rawl-
ings, M. Shubert.
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TOP LEFT: 1ST ROW: M. Brunner, B. Volz, C.
Buliche. 2ND: J. Volz, M. Szymula, S. Dorn, K.
Turner. TOP RIGHT: 1ST ROW: M. Afton, P.
Schneyer, C. Erich. 2ND: P. Perlinger, J. Willems, L.
Myers, A. MILLer, M. Fullen, M. Kaminski, J. Mor-
ris. MIDDLE LEFT: 1ST ROW: T. Kenawell, C.
Kane. 2ND: T. Conaboy, N. Hurley. 3RD: D. Berg-
man, P. Eaton. MIDDLE RIGHT: 1ST ROW: M.
Harris. 2ND: L. Schile, M. Welsh, E. Grimes, D.
Rice. BOTTOM RIGHT: TOP to BOTTOM: D.
Bergman, K. O'Keefe, G. Schreckengust, B. Smelas.
CAMERA SHY: J. Fedorko, C. Runkle, B. Fabrey, S.
Bond, M. Reisinger, F. McCreary, B. Granger, J.
Mrochek, C. Gilmore, M. Koskoski, J. Perine, C.
Fine, L. Hunt, R. Foulkrod, M. Rennels, C. Woods,
K. Stebell, K. Palsa, N. DeTesta, D. Tenbuckel, K.
Rawa, J. Minichelli, L. Montgomery, L. Ruby, T.
Schossler, J. Esterly, J. Corey, L. Dickenson, J. Liv-
ingston, C. Meier, J. Melnik, G. Stefanek, D. Cee, A.
Glucki, D. Kuhm, V. Hundley, D. Shade.
Finally Came 3rd South
MIDDLE: 1ST ROW: Sr. Mary Theno, Sr. Raymond Marie,
Sr. Lucy, Sr. Eunice, Sr. Mary Julia, Sr. Patricia, Sr. Mary
Thomas. 2ND: Sr. Carol Wilcox, Sr. Urscila, Sr. Christine,
Sr. Elizabeth Anne, Sr. Joachium, Sr. Consuela. 3RD: Sr.
Anne Marie, Sr. Margaret, Sr. Lucille.
T.R.A.C. AND S.N.O.
On Sun., Oct. 4, Villa was treated to the match-up
of the year: T.R.A.C. vs S.N.O. in a Wheelchair
Basketball Game. With awesome players like Mau-
reen McCarthy, Joanne Ciramella, Marianne Brova, Denise Chamberlain, Janice Taylor, Cindy
Hamilton, Lori Hunt, Ann Szustak, Jenean Swanson, Deb Rafalski, Chris Donz, Gigi Wielchelt,
and Kathy Ford, S.N.O. defeated the impressive T.R.A.C. team with members Peg Montag, Peg
Smith; Charlotte Oakley, Nancy Herrington, Theresa Walter, Jena Wyatt, Desi Sperling, Maureen
Gallagher, Sharon Fenner, Diane Merkel, and Pat
Caldwell, All proceeds went to the National Wheel-
chair Basketball Association.
A NEW VILLA EVENT
A FOOT - STOMPIN'
As part of the celebration for
Big Sister-Little Sister Weekend,
Villa's Campus Girl Scouts
sponsored a square dance in the
gym. About twenty-four stu-
dents and sisters enjoyed
"promenading" at the command
of the caller Gene Smith, while
other students "dosey- don'ts",
watched, and laughed. When all
the fancy footwork was
"squared" away, the participants
were shown how to perform line
dances to disco classics. All
would agree that "ya-hooo!" was
the word for the night!
Faculty And Administration
Sr. Lawreace Antoun, Ph.D. (A.B.D.) - Presi-
Dr. Dorothy J. Novello - over twenty years,
Academic Dean; B.S.N., M.S. Duquesne Uni-
versity, Ph.D. Harvard University; enjoys
reading, walking, writing; involved in Student
Sr. Mary Mark - nine years, V.P. for Planning
and Management: B.A. VMC, M.S. John Car-
roll University, Ph.D. University of Iowa; en-
joys bridge, golf, sports.
Dr. Joann Painter - twelve years, V. P. of
Student Affairs: B.S. Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity, M.Ed. Gannon University, Ph.D.
Case Western Reserve University; enjoys
flute, piano, tennis, skiing, sailing; involved
in Student Council, Residence Council, Com-
Sr. Joan Thomas - eight years, Registrar: B.S.
VMC, M.A. Catholic University of America;
enjoys music, crocheting, sailing, reading,
St. Phyllis DiFuccia - three years, Dean for
Alternative Learning: B.A. VMC, M.A. Midd-
leburg College; enjoys reading, dancing, bi-
St. Mary Yvo - thirty-two years, Director of
Physical Resources and Auxiliary Services:
B.A. VMC, M.A. University of Iowa; enjoys
many activities; involved in American Dietet-
ic Association, Northwestern Pennsylvania
Sr. Mary Fromknecht - one year, Learning
Consultant for Adults: B.S. VMC, M.S. Gan-
non University, M.T.M. Loyola University;
enjoys basketball, cross-country skiing, peo-
ple, woods, relaxing near water.
Steven Bird- V.P. for External Affairs.
Sr. Mary Julia- six years, Media Library: B.S.
VMC; enjoys sewing, knitting, reading; in-
volved in Student Council.
Sr. Joachim- six years, Director of Curricu-
lum Library: B.S. VMC, M.Ed. Duquesne
University; enjoys walking, bicycling, crafts,
Charles Agnew- Director of Admissions.
Sr. Eleanor- thirteen years, Librarian: B.A.
VMC, M.L.S. Case Western University; en-
joys reading, sewing.
Sr. Mary Thomas Downing- five years, Li-
brarian: B.S. VMC, M.L.S. University of
Pittsburgh; enjoys clowning, reading; in-
volved in Academic Affairs Committee.
Sr. Marilyn Trewilinger- Director of Job
Paula Nason - five years, Health Education:
Nursing Diploma Hamot Medical Center
School of Nursing, B.A. Heidelberg College,
M.Ed. Gannon University; enjoys swimming,
collecting antiques, dancing, crocheting,
cooking, biking, reading, wifehood; involved
in Woman's Fair.
Sandra Mead - seven years, Counseling: B.A.
VMC, M.Ed. Gannon University, Certified
Gestalt Therapist Cleveland Gestalt Institute;
enjoys jazz piano, walking, cooking, wind-
Sr. Virginia Ann Gardner- Director of Com-
munity Relations in Alternative Learning
Program: B.A. VMC, M.A. Marquette Uni-
versity; enjoys writing, reading, studying
people and mentally writing short stories
Fr. Jerome Simmons - six years: Masters of
Divinity St. Bonaventure, Masters of Coun-
seling and Guidance Gannon University,
Masters of Christian Spirituality Creighton
University; enjoys swimming, basketball,
racquetball; involved in Campus Ministry.
Sr. Mary Frances - three years, Residence
Halls Counselor: B.S., M.Ed. Boston College;
enjoys music, reading, hooking rugs; in-
volved in Campus Ministry, Senior Class Ad-
visor, Resources for RA's, Student Life Com-
Sr. Lucille DeStefano- fourteen years, Music-Fine
Arts: B.A. VMC, M.MEd Roosevelt University,
Graduate Study Duquesne University in Music
Therapy; enjoys singing in groups, traveling,
reading, walking, running, cycling; involved in
Student Life Committee, Director of Choral
Group, Coordinator of Cultural Activities.
Ann D. Cossette- two years, Religion-Philosophy:
B.A. Rivier College; M.A. Boston College; M.A.
Manhattanville College, Phd. Marquette Univer-
sity; enjoys theater, art, classical music, tennis,
swimming, boating; involved in YWCA, Wom-
Margaret Krider- Fine Arts. (Right)
Joan Miller- six years, Philosophy-West-
ern Civilization: B.A. (Math and Philos-
ophy) Carlow College, "Graduat" Universi-
ty of Louvain, Ph.L. Institut Catholique de
Paris, Ph.D. Candidate University of Lou-
vain, Ph.D. Candidate Ecole Pratique Des
Hautes Etudes; enjoys travel, photography,
tennis; involved in League of Women Vot-
ers, Academic Affairs Committee.
Thomas Parthenakis- ten years, History:
B.A. Heidelberg College, M.A. Kent State
University, Ph.D. Candidate Kent State
University; enjoys reading, contemporary
history, cross-country skiing, coaching
Sr. Michele Healy, SSJ - First year, Theology:
B.S. VMC, M.A. Sacred Science at St. Bona-
venture University; enjoys gardening, cook-
ing, reading, mystery books.
Gary Kirby - six years, English Litera-
ture - Interdisciplinary: A.B., M.A. Loy-
ola University - Chicago, M.S. Gannon
University, Ph.D. Northwestern Univer-
sity; enjoys nature, writing, sports; in-
volved in Student Discipline, Peaceful
Dr. Consuelo M. Sague - fourteen years,
Spanish - Spanish Civilization: degree in
education Havanna University; enjoys
golf, gardening, pottery; involved in
Spanish Club. (Right)
John Young - eleven years, English: B.A. Col-
lege of ST. Thomas, M.A. Gannon University,
Ph.D. University of Denver; enjoys sports, pho-
tography, theatre, films.
Anthony Grimaldi - five years, Interdisciplinary:
M.A. and Ph.D. Candidate Ohio University; en-
joys classical music, cooking.
Sr. James Francis- twenty-five years, English-
/Communications: B.A. VMC, M.A. Mar-
quette University, further study at Catholic
University, Pitt University; enjoys tennis,
reading, music; involved in Alice Meynell
Literary Society, Religious Affairs Council,
Student Life Committee, Student Council.
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Caesar M. Muzzi- first year, French Language
and Literature: A.B. Gannon College, M.A.
Case Western Reserve University, M.Ed.
Gannon University; enjoys tennis, soccer,
classical music, international travels, reading
in foreign affairs.
Sr. Christine Quirk- nine years, English: B.A.
VMC, M.A. Marquette University; enjoys
music, writing, sewing, drawing; involved in
John Wroblewski- two years, Marketing:
A. A. Pennsylvania State University, B.S. La-
Salle College, M.A. Gannon University; en-
joys racquetball, skiing, local politics; in-
volved in The Society for the Advancement of
Sr. Elizabeth Ann Niebauer- four years, Ac-
counting: B.S. VMC, M.B.A. Xavier Universi-
ty; enjoys sewing, art, piano, reading; in-
volved in Business Club, American Society of
Teresa Peduzzi - six years, Psych and Mental
Health Nursing: B.S.N. Duquesne Universi-
ty, M.S.N. University of Pennsylvania.
Alice Conway- five years, Pediatric Nursing:
B.S.N. Syracuse University, M.N. University
of Pittsburgh; enjoys horseback riding,
swimming; involved in teaching CPR.
Mary Smith - Director, Continuing Educa-
tion Program EIN.
Sandy Kramer - two years, Medical-Surgical
Nursing: diploma Spencer Hospital, B.S.N.
University of Pittsburgh, M.S.N. Case West-
ern Reserve University; enjoys reading, sew-
ing, visiting people, laying on a beach/swim-
ming; involved in EIN-VMC Honor Society.
Suzan Ulrich - three years, Maternity Nurs-
ing: B.S.N. Duquesne University, M.N. Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh; enjoys jogging, glider
piloting; involved in College Council, Aca-
demic Affairs Committee, Nursing Depart-
Pat Mezner - first year, Adult Health: B.S.
University of Pittsburgh, M.S.N. Edinboro
State College; enjoys skiing, swimming, read-
ing, playing bridge.
L. Bernadini - nine years, Adult Health:
M.S.N. Edinboro State College; enjoys swim-
ming, hiking, reading.
M. Howard- eight years, Adult Health: M.A.
Gannon College, M.S.N. Edinboro State Col-
lege; enjoys T.V., reading.
Kathy Lu Peganoff - first year, B.S.N. Pro-
gram Instructor: B.S. Mercyhurst College,
B.S.N. VMC; enjoys dancing, music, sewing,
traveling; involved in VMC Honor Society,
Administrative Council, College Council.
Katherine G. Bryan - first year, Clinical Lab-
oratory Assistant-Nursing: B.S.N. VMC; en-
joys embroidery, ceramics; involved in Ad-
ministrative Council, Research and Studies
Mrs. Haft - Nursing Secretary.
Lati Desi- first year, Community Health
Nursing and Maternal-Child Health; M.S.N.
University of Delhi, India, M.A. Columbia
University; enjoys singing, reading.
Ann Wildblood- first year, Nursing of Chil-
dren: B.S. Pennsylvania State University,
B.S.N. VMC, M.S.N. Medical College of Vir-
ginia; enjoys swimming, macrame, hooking
rugs, handicrafts; involved in EIN-VMC
Honor Society, EIN-VMC Alumnae Associ-
Jolynn Errante- first year, Parent-Child
Nursing: B.S.N., M.S. University of Michi-
gan; enjoys running, sailing, sketching.
Suda Petale- first year, Community and
Mental Health Nursing: M.S.N. India, M.A.
Columbia University; enjoys reading, sight-
D. Gorney- three years, Critical Care Nurs-
ing: B.S.N. VMC, M.S.N. University of Pitts-
Dr. Buchmeier - six years, Education: BME
University of Minnesota, M.Ed., Ph.D. Uni-
versity of Minnesota; enjoys camping, pic-
nicing, research and writing on being a pro-
Sr. Ann Marie Cappello- seven years, Educa-
tion: B.S. VMC, M.Ed. Edinboro State Col-
Nancy Briggs - five years, Early Childhood:
B.S., M.Ed. Pennsylvania State University;
42 enjoys sewing, applique.
Jean Williams - seventeen years, Education:
B.S. Slippery Rock State College, M.Ed. Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, Ed.D. University of
Sarasota; enjoys reading, bridge, traveling.
Dr. Mary Jo Cherry- seven years, Education:
B.S. VMC, M.Ed. University of Maryland,
Ph.D. Kent State University; enjoys playing
piano, baking; involved in Education Club.
R. Barilla - three years, Education: B.S. VMC,
M.Ed. Edinboro State College; enjoys skiing,
golfing, scuba diving; involved in Commuter
Donald Tronetti- Education.
Ruth Hahn- Sociology/Business.
Miriam S. Kneller- seventeen years, Physical
Education: B.S. East Stroudsburg State Col-
lege; enjoys swimming, crafts, nature; in-
volved in Campus Girl Scouts, Student Life
Committee, Commuter Council.
Shirley Fletcher- five years, Director of Ath-
letics: B.S., M.Ed. Edinboro State College; en-
joys sports (of course); involved in Athletic
Richard Levan- Psychology.
Dr. Susan Loss- five years, Home Economics-
Family Studies: B.S. Indiana State University,
M.S., D.Ed. Penn State University; enjoys
family, reading, women's studies, refinishing
furniture, gardening, junking, cross-country
skiing, exercising; involved in Home Ec Club,
Student Life Committee.
Sr. Eunice- thirty years, Archivist: B.S. VMC,
M.A. St. John's College; enjoys reading,
walking, being with people, children; in-
volved in Child Study Club, E.C.E. Club.
Chris Pantzis- five years, Social Work:
M.S.W. University of Pittsburgh, B.S.Ed.
Edinboro State College; enjoys outdoor ac-
tivities, sports, photography.
Elaine Clyburn- four years, Social Work: B.S.
LeMoyne College, M.S.W. Howard Universi-
ty; enjoys rug hooking, photography, com-
munity development; involved in Faculty
Welfare, Academic Affairs, Analytical Stud-
Joyce Iutcovich- four years, Sociology: B.A.
Edinboro State College, M.A., A.B.D. Kent
Sr. Mary Claire Kennedy- fourteen years,
Chemistry: B.S. VMC, M.S., Ph.D. Duquesne
University; enjoys knitting, hooking rugs,
needlepoint; involved in Peaceful Coalition,
Sr. Carol Fleming- five years, Dietetics: B.S.
VMC, M.S. Ohio State University; enjoys
camping, cross- country skiing; involved in
Student Dietetic Association.
Sr. Raymond Marie- over twenty years, Can-
cer Research: B.S. VMC, M.S. University of
Notre Dame, ARD St. Thomas Institute; en-
joys sewing, crossword puzzles.
Timothy Kimmel- one year, Biology: B.S. In-
diana University of Pennsylvania, M.A.
Southern Illinois University; enjoys back-
packing, hunting, fishing, falconry, nature
photography; involved in Science Club.
David Gustafson- Microbiology.
James Ziranek- Mathematics.
Jan Gamble (and friend)- Psychology.
Roy Olson- Therapeutic Recreations.
Sr. Karen Soliwoda- Residence Hall Coun
Mrs. Otteni- Housemother.
there's no place like villa
TOP: A Villa family Thanksgiving feast.
BELOW: Carla and Cindy show that friends
grow closer during the Yuletide.
TOP RIGHT: Denise and Rose greet all guests
at Villa's annual Christmas in Song and Cere-
BELOW RIGHT: "I am the ghost of Christmas
Present," says Alice Miller.
for the holidays
"FACULTY" YULE WISHES.
our christmas with "mom'
Graduating Class of V.M.C.
The moment may be temporary but the memory is foi
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|\ Janice Fedorko
Mary Pat Fullen
| Kathy Galekovich
Mary Pa ran to
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Lou Anne Rieter
Mary Ellen Sullivan
Mary Beth Szymula
X~ Carrie Titler
(■HP Linda Williams
Laurie Beth Bender
"Laurie" - Business- Business
Club; Program Planning Coor-
dinator; S.A.M.; my good rooo-
mate; I. A. B.C.; and all my
friends . . .
"JoAnn"- Special Ed.- Folk
group; my special roomate;
SPSEA; Council for Exceptional
Children; and the people I've
known . . .
"Marianne"- Nursing- Student
Council; S.N.O.; Senior Class
Treasurer; Student Council Pub-
licity Co-Chairwomen; Commu-
nity Services; Stud. Council Ex-
ternal Affairs; All the special
times spent with friends and the
times with Luckmann and Sor-
Denise D. Chamberlain
bills; SNO; Residence Council;
Hotel party; College Chorus; 7
wonderful friends; moving cafe-
teria chairs; Softball manager;
Honor Society; Sr. Class Pres.;
Jr. Class V.P.; laughter and
smiles . . .
"JOJO"- Nursing- Student
Council; Villecrit; Phonathon;
SNO; Sr. Class Vice Pres.; Com-
munity Services; Publicity Co-
Chairwomen to Student Coun-
cil; all the extra strength Tylenol
I took for tension headaches and
the support, love and hugs my
friends gave me . . .
Lori Ann Daugherty
"Lori"- Nursing- Fresh. Class
Sec; Soph. Class Vice-Pres.;
close friendships and the crazy
things we've done; jogging at
midnight; cravings; SNO;
Spring beak at Florida; P.P.
Club; tears shared; Ski Club;
Sandy and Kathy . . .
Pamela Ann Dine
"Pam"- Nursing- SNO; Year-
book; Chorus; Chamber Singers;
Dean's List; Carol Klopovich
Memorial Award; my roomate;
I.Y.A.; C.W.; and Careplans . . .
"Pam"- Nursing- INI, Care
plans; SNO; Honor Society; new
friendships; to live each day to
the fullest potential and to be-
come what we are capable of be-
coming . . .
Mary Louise DiSanto
"Mary"- Nursing- Student Life
Commitee; Ski Club; Commuter
Council; SNO; Faculty Promo-
tion Commitee of Nursing Pro-
gram . . .
Christine Irene Donze
"Chris"- Nursing- Wild times;
Happy Hour; SNO; Residence
Council; The best of friends; Ro-
sey Mole and Grove . . .
Janice Marie Fedorko
"Hypo-Dork "- E.C.E.- SPEA;
Runk, Shoe, Miss Young Villa,
MES, new sisters; parties at the
Hole; Halloween I and II; SVHC;
good friends; terrific times;
laughter, tears and night masses;
Teacher-Nurse; rowdie tunes . . .
Sharon Louise Fenner
"Sharon"- Tand R.- Residence
Council; Student Council; dias-
ters on First North; TRAC Sec;
Athletic Booster Club; Dorm
swim team; Campus Girl Scouts;
Class Swim Team . . .
'Cathy" - Nursing-
Rose Elizabeth Foulkrod
"Rose"- Business- Phone bills;
Residence Council; Society for
the Advancement of Manage-
ment; friends; Business Club;
Student Council; the first semi-
formal; active in the Class . . .
Mary Patricia Full en
"Mary Pat"- Special Ed.- Coun-
cil for Exceptional Children;
Residence Council floor man-
ager and publicity . . .
Kathleen Ann Galekovic
"Kathy" - Nursing- Close
friends and good times shared;
SNO; Ice cream raids; Trips to
the Yukon; Long talks; Sigma
Theta tau; Honor Society; Trips
to Super Duper; Pre-finals Beach
Party; Riding to St. V's . . .
Candie Gil more
"Stretch"- Social Work- Dorm
Court; Social Work Club; Saga
food; Campus Girl Scouts; Cam-
bodians . . .
Andrea Marie Glucki
"Crony-Aggie"- Chemistry- Sci-
ence Club, Athletic Booster
Club; Basketball; Volleyball;
Softball . . .
Rhada Jean Grimm
"Ray"- Nursing- Chamber Sing-
ers; Crayolas; College chorus;
Fresh. Class Pres.; Soph. Class
Pre.; SNO; Sigma Theta Tau; the
never ending workload . . .
Cindy Lynn Hamilton
"Crony-Shish"- Nursing- Baby
games; College chorus; Chamber
singers; Kabob; friends; Softball;
SNO; Residence Council; the
Miller 8 pack . . .
Tina Marie Hoffman
"Tina"- Nursing- SNO; Steering
Committee to establish a Sigma
Theta Tau chapter at VMC;
Resident Assistant; all the close
friends that were made here . . .
'Lisa"- Elem. Ed. Trainee
Vivian Elaine Hundley
"Viv"- Business- Business Club;
Society for Advancement of
Management; Campus Girl
Scouts; Student Council; all the
nights I only got 2 or 3 hours of
sleep because of tests and papers
Sandra Ann Kalp
"Sandy"- Nursing- Close friend-
ships; SNO; Easter breaks in
Florida; Road Trips; and nights
we went out together . . .
Lori L. Hunt
"Mike"- Nursing- Bus rides;
SNO; Yearbook; phonebills;
Softball; paying for gas; Student
Council; and an empty mailbox .
"Maria"- Nursing- Good times;
SNO; support from friends and
Catherine Ann Kowalski
"Clymer"- Med. Tech.- Busy
times; Girl Scouts; Folk group;
Science Club; SDC Commitee;
Campus Ministry; Clowning
around with good friends . . .
Donna E. Kuhn
"Cronyjean"- Nursing- phone
bills; College chorus; Chamber
singers; SNO; bus rides; airmail;
Softball mgr.; Honor Society;
garbage cans; Science Club; exer-
cises; my roomate . . .
Debbie"- Social Work-
Group; Commuter council;
Yearbook; F.Y.O.S. and how I
loved it and how it drove me
crazy my first year . . .
Deborah Louise Lupek
Mary Kathleen Lynch
"Debbie"- Nursing- Volleyball
Basketball Bookkeeper; Softball
RAA/WAA; SNO; Folkgroup
all the friends I have made . . .
friends; ECE-Education Club;
SPSEA; Christmas mass; My car
accident with Carrie and Janice;
College Chorus; ECO/NP; Red
Cross Swim-A-Cross . . .
Maureen Ann McCarthy
Lydia Jo McClure
"Maureen"- Nursing- Careplan
nights; SNO; goofing off; Stu-
dent Council; Residence Coun-
cil; Clinical days; going home
for breaks; Folk groups tears and
laughter; pain and growth; Soft-
ball; friends, love . . .
"Faith"- Mathematics- Villecrit;
Sigma Pi Sigma; Math Club . . .
"Lydia"- Nursing- College cho-
rus; Student Council; Halloween
of '79 Crayolas; SNO; my great
Christina Marie Mclndoe
"Chris- Pigface"- Nursing- Car-
eplans; Intense studies; SNO;
Student Council; Folk group;
Ugly roomates; Treasured
friends; walks on campus;
swinging on the swings; danc-
ing with J&M . . .
Pamela A. Mead
"Pam"- Nursing- SNO; Honor
Society; EIN; and summer vaca-
tions . . .
Judith Lynn Melnick
"Jud"- Nursing- Monday
nights, partaking; 12th Street;
SNO; bucket brigade . . .
Martha M. Modzelewski
"Martha"- Nursing- Student
Council; College Discipline
Commitee, Year book Editor,
1980; SNO; my friends, no one
else could have pulled me
through Villa . . .
Peggy L Montag
"Peg"- T&R Activities- the spe-
cial people; TRAC; WAA; Resi-
dent Assistant and Administra-
tive Assistant; Residence Coun-
cil; terrific Saga meals; Volley-
ball; our senior class who stuck
together all four years, I'll miss
you all . . .
Jeanine Marie Mrochek
"Jeanine"- Nursing- SNO; be-
ing corrupted on Monday nights
by Jud and Candie; Campus
Choir; being scarred for life
from the dreaded Wednesday
night care plans . . .
Phyllis Ann Nickerson
"?"- Biology- Student Council;
too much time in the lab; Presi-
dent's planning Comttes.; Too
much time in Quiet study; Sci-
ence Club; too much time at
Saga; Yearbook; Always enough
time for friends . . .
"Cindy"- T&R Activities-
TRAC; Villecrit; Perceptions;
friends I've made; Basketball
scorekeeper; teachers who have
helped me; Volleyball score-
keeper . . .
Mary Elizabeth Pa ran to
"Crony-Sally"- Med. Tech.- fel-
low Cronies; Miller Beer cans;
Student Council; Student Life
Commitee; wild times; Jim, Er-
nie, Bert; embarassing candids;
Bathroom Beauties . . .
"Donna"- Nursing- late nights
studying; Jr. Class Sec; Resi-
dence Council; Resident Assis-
tant; phone bills; fun on the
weekends; good friends and
memories . . .
Lisa Ann Pontzer
"Lisa"- Nursing- Group L;
friends; SNO; Wednesday night
careplans; Spring break '80,
Daytona Beach; Sheik parties; . .
Lou Anne Reiter
"Lou Anne"- Home Ec- Home
Ec Club; Student Council; Cam-
pus Ministry; friends; fun; Folk
group; Class commitees; Hard
work . . .
Mary Jean Rennells
"Jean"- Nursing- my friend Jud;
SNO; College Chorus; the Buck-
et Brigade . . .
Catherine Ann Runkle
"Cathy"- Nursing- SNO; good
friends; Jr. Class treasurer; good
times . . .
He] en Schatz
Susan Mary Schatz
"Sue"- Nursing- my roomate
Group L; SNO; Shiek parties
Wagners & Olivers; Lifeguard
Spring Break '80, Daytona Beach
Eileen Patricia Schilken
"Eileen"- Nursing-my roomate;
Wed. night careplans; Breaks;
SNO; Honor Society; Wagners
& Olivers; popcorn, peanuts,
M&M's, tuna fish; my stock in
Bayer Asprin; Group L; all the
bio-social-psyco beings . . .
Patricia Joan Schneyer
Patty"- El. Ed.- Wanting to eat
out; Yearbook; sleeping in;
5PSEA; delayed flights and lost
uggage . . .
Mary Ellen Sullivan
"Mern-Mez"- E.C.E.- Happy
Hour & Ladies night; Education
Club; lunches with Saga; Year-
book; friends I met at the Hole;
SPSEA; Bradford flu; Sharing
Chris with the Crew; parties &
boat rides; road trips; finding
long lasting friends, Thanks
J.C.C.&M . . .
Kimberly Rose Swift
"Kim"- Nursing- Tennis team;
Sec. of Soph, class; Residence
Council; SNO; Dean's List; all
the good times in the dorms . . .
Mary Elizabeth Szustak
"Shoe"- Social Work- Saga din-
ners, the Hole; Social Work
Club; Student Council; Happy
Hour; Fire Drills; Block Tests;
Resident Assistant; NASW;
Kangaroo Court; Villecrit/Per-
ceptions; Laughter and tears I've
shared with my friends . . .
Mary Beth Szymula
"Mary Beth"- Chemistry- Good
times and hard times; Student
Council Pres.; Chorus; Peaceful
Coalition; Science Club; becom-
ing aware of who I am . . .
Janice Marie Taylor
"Crony- Rene RA"- Nursing-
Care plans; Jim- Ernie; College
Chorus; cab rides; SNO; Resi-
dent Assistant; tears and laugh-
ter with 8 very special people-
Good luck guys . . .
Carrie Linn Titler
"Care-Bear"- El. Ed.- the Hole;
Residence Council; SPSEA; be-
ing silly; Education Club; Resi-
dent Assistant; road trips; slow-
ly going crazy; Yearbook; my
good friends: Doik, Runk, Mez,
Shoe, I love you all . . .
Judith M. Volz
"JV"- Secondary Biology-
"P.TJV, & MP"; Science Club;
SPSEA State Pres.; Student rep.
to Analytical Studies Team and
the Business & Finance Commit-
tee; living in the Microbiology
lab . . .
Linda Kay Williams
"Linda"- El. Ed.- friendly faces;
Education Club; SPSEA; Dean's
List; times spent in the Union in
between classes . . .
"Carol"- Nursing- my friend
Jud; Campus Girl Scouts; SNO .
"Grace"- T&R Activities- Most
of all I'll remember Villa for all
our wonderful instructors . . .
Mary Jane Zewe
Though we are very close to each other,
We each have our own lives and own goals,
We are together always, in our hearts,
But not necessarily together, always,
in all our activities . . .
"Di"-El. Ed. Trainee- Docs;
Chorus; Chamber singers; Cafe-
teria raids; SPSEA; FRIENDS;
2001; Janet's flowers and T-
Shirts; North Dorm; Summer
School; and the Gang in the
pink shorts . . .
A friend is one who:
pushes you in the swing,
pulls you up a ladder,
pats you on the back,
and hugs you good-bye.
"Chip & Dale"
Class Of 1982
A house is built by hands,
But home is where the heart is
710 Jones St.
Hollidaysburg, Pa. 16648
RD #1 Box 289
Bentleyville, Pa. 15314
27 Monti cello Dr.
Export, Pa. 15632
425 S. Winebiddle St.
Pittsburg, Pa. 15224
Jo Ann Cynkar
233 Wood lawn Dr.
Trafford, Pa. 15085
RD #2 Victory Heights
Franklin, Pa. 16323
434 S. Main St.
Cambridge Springs, Pa.
107 Moran St.
Oil City, Pa. 16301
St. Marys, Pa. 15857
Jo Anne Esterly
10547 Phillipsville Road
Wattsburg, Pa. 16442
265 Congress St.
Bradford, Pa. 16701
Armbrust, Pa. 15616
507 Center St.
E. Pittsburgh, Pa. 15112
RD #3 Crane Road
Edinboro, Pa. 16412
Mary Pat Fullen
807 Sleepy Hollow Rd.
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15234
59 Leech Road
Greenville, Pa. 16125
513 Grant St.
South Fork, Pa. 15956
145 Belividere Drive
Scran ton, Pa. 18505
244 Beaver St.
Leetsdale, Pa. 15056
2235 Brougher Lane
York, Pa. 17404
261 Cussewago Road
Meadville, Pa. 16335
105 Carousel Drive
Delmont, Pa. 15626
3124 Patio Drive
Erie, Pa. 16506
917 Buffalo Road
5723 Walton Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa. 19143
2429 Ruth St.
New Castle, Pa. 16101
RD #1 Box 221
Stahlstown, Pa. 15687
611 Burtner Road
Natrona Heights, Pa. 15065
711 Howard Ave.
Copiague, Long Island N. Y.
901 Bon Air Drive
Sharon, Pa. 16146
/ am united with my friends in heart,
What matters if our place is wide apart?
1415 Village Road
Clearfield, Pa. 16146
1550 West 45th St.
Erie, Pa. 16501
4 Glen wood Drive
Oil City, Pa. 16301
1924 Spring Valley Road
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15112
128 West Main St.
Youngsville, Pa. 16371
2270 Lehrer Rd.
Fairview, Pa. 16495
5615 Alan St.
Aliquippa, Pa. 15001
RD #2 Herman Rd.
Cabot, Pa. 16025
101 Creamery Rd.
Warren, Pa. 16365
1000 Ferndale Ave.
Johnstown, Pa. 15905
502 Commerce St.
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15215
7501 Harwood NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Leah McClain O'Connell
West 32nd St.
Erie, Pa. 16506
114 Market St.
Freeport, SPa. 16229
1242 Davis St.
Natrona Heights, Pa. 15065
Kersey, Pa. 15846
608 W. Church St.
Corry, Pa. 16407
Box 224 201 Liberty St.
Fredonia, Pa. 16124
1427 Rosely Rd.
St. Marys, Pa. 15857
142 Lafayette St.
St. Marys, Pa. 15857
Lisa Ann Schile
251 N. Grand St.
W. Suf field, Ct. 06093
21 Rita Drive
Morris Plains, N.J. 07950
103 South Ave.
Bradford, Pa. 16701
Sligo, Pa. 16255
1016 Goldenrod St.
Munhall, Pa. 15120
1998 Martin Ave.
Lake City, Pa. 16423
2111 Gring Dr.
Wyomissing, Pa. 19610
Mary Beth Szymula
10 Fawn Circle
Malvern, Pa. 19355
229 Holiday Park
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15224
P.O. Box 547
Ridgway, Pa. 15853
Penn Yan NY. 14527
8590 McGill Rd.
Harbor Creek, Pa. 16421
RD #2 Box 395
Johnstown, Pa. 15904
458 Marlin Dr.
Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 15228
428 Tor wood Lane
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15236
A letter home to the folk*
"Topping off" a hard day.
A quick bite before the second shift.
Whew! That was some test.
Good times, good friends, . . . good food?
"Oh. You say you want to go home and
Lori looks like this because A) she just swallowed her
report B) her lips are glued shut C) it's natural.
'What would Mom say if she saw us like this?"
"You're probably wondering why I called you
in here . . ."
"Good, take a picture of me now while
A LA CARTE SHOP Mr. & Mrs. William Home Economics Club
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Franks
Clouse Mr. & Mrs. Daniel
EXTRA SPECIAL PEOPLE
Mr. & Mrs. James L. Anderson
Robert & Lois Keyler
Mr. & Mrs. Carlton R. Andrews
Mr. & Mrs. James A. Klein
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bogacki
Mr. & Mrs. John Labesky, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Alphonse Bon
Mr. & Mrs. Denton Lake
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Brova and Family
Mr. & Mrs. John Laskowski
Jean and Robert L. Brown
Mr. & Mrs. Oliver R. Lerch
Mr. & Mrs. George Buren
Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Lupek
Mr. & Mrs. Terry E. Burgess
Mr. & Mrs. Edward V. Lynch
"LOVE NANNY, RICK AND TIMMY'
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph F. Mead
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Chamberlain
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Melnik
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy P. Church
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Merkel
We're proud of you, Joann
Mr. & Mrs. Horace E. McClure
Love, Mom & Dad
Mr. & Mrs. L. F. Milkowski
Mr. & Mrs. William D. Clarke
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Modzelewski
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Cullaton
Mr. & Mrs. Jack H. Morris
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Daugherty
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Mrochek
Mr. & Mrs. James P. Davis
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Myers
Michael S. Davis, Ins.
Mr. & Mrs. Walter H. Nickerson
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Davis
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Nolf
Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Dinger
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Pellegrino
Mr. & Mrs. James A. Donze
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Reisinger
Mr. & Mrs. Leslie M. Douglas
Mr. & Mrs. Herman Rennells
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth J. Dorn
The Art Rudge Family
Mr. & Mrs. Roland N. Dozois
Richard & Margaret Schatz
Daniel C. & Ruby L. Ernst
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Schneyer
Mr. & Mrs. William H Fay
Mr. & Mrs. Ellsworth A. Shade
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Fenner
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Shreckengast
Mr. & Mrs. Calvin J. Fine
Eidth S. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. John Foulkrod
Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Sullivan
Mr. & Mrs. Ross Fullen
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Swift
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Gallagher
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Szymula
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Gibb
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome T. Tenbuckel
Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Glucki
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Trexler
Sandra C. Grudzinski
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Turk
Daniel & Elizabeth Halbett
Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Van Der Molen
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Hitchcock
Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Walter
Robert & Linda Hoffman
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Wiggers
Mary Ann & Donald Holl
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard P. Witt
Alice J. Hurley
Mr. & Mrs. Garald Yaple
Mr. & Mrs. Carl M. Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Yochim
Mr. & Mrs. Allen J. Kalp
Mrs. Shirley Zak
Marian & April & Chris Kemmerer
Phone Orders Appreciated
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CLASS OF 1982
Goclf ather's Pizza
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2895 W. 26th Street
we have come such a long way
in the time that we've
known each other.
We've given each other encouragement
and have accomplished things
that we never thought we could do.
I have become a better person
since knowing you.
You have given me many things
which I will treasure for a lifetime,
and the most important thing of all
is the gift of your friendship.
-Laura Lee Leyman
Copyright (c) Laura Lee Leyman, 1981.
Reprinted by permission of Blue
Mountain Arts, Inc.
All rights reserved.
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